We’re Still Here

we're still here

Recovery Resource Center’s 4th anniversary! There will be live music, food*, cake*, a raffle, fun activities for the kids and guest speakers with one who will share the RRC’s impactful story on their life.

RSVP here so we know you’ll join us! There are indoor occupancy limits and masks are required while inside the building.

When: June 4th, 11:00am – 2:00pm

Where: 9317 NE Hwy. 99, Ste. M, Vancouver, WA

*While supplies last

**ASL interpretation on site provided by SRI

Past Events

A Community Gathering

A breakfast event that shared updates on Lifeline Connections and about our community needs. A former patient also shared their story and how Lifeline Connections helped them.

Date: April 26th

Breakfast: 7:30am – 8:00am

Speakers: 8:00am – 8:45am

Location: Royal Oaks Country Club, 8917 NE Fourth Plain Blvd. Vancouver, WA 98662

Volunteer Fairvolunteer fair

Many nonprofit, community-based organizations (CBOs) rely on the support of volunteers. Six Clark County CBOs will come together to host a volunteer fair this month.

If you or someone you know is looking to give back to the community and gain valuable work-related experience, join us!

When: Wednesday, May 25th from 5-7 p.m.

Where: iUrban Teen, 808 Harney St., Vancouver, WA

RSVP: Register here to confirm your attendance and connect with those in need of volunteer work.

giving tuesdayThank you to everyone who came together to give, collaborate and celebrate generosity.

The patients and staff in our Women’s Recovery Center and Pregnant and Postpartum Women’s Program appreciate your support.

give more 24

Thank you to all of our supporters for making Give More 24! a success!

making the house a home

Thank you to those that helped furnish the brand new Men’s Low-Intensity Residential treatment program! The house will be home to 16 residents for an average stay of six months and provide stable housing and counseling services for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder issues.


This lunch time conversation discussed the rise of substance use and mental health disorders triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics included: What does behavioral health look like for the next year and beyond? What should communities be doing?

art of recoveryThank you to all of the amazing artists that helped us celebrate National Recovery Month by sharing their recovery-inspired art! Recovery IS worth it!

give more 24

Thank you to all of our Lifeline Connections supporters for making Give More 24! a success! We raised over $2000 to purchase locking medication bags for our patients.

Interested in getting the word out or being a peer to peer fundraiser? Contact

burlington coat drive

Thank you for those that contributed to the 14th Annual Burlington Coat Drive presented by Burlington and Delivering Good in 2020.

These donations will help keep some of Clark County’s most vulnerable patients warm throughout the cold, winter months.

Let us help you on your journey to a life of health and wellness.

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